Guerra allowed two hits and struck out one in one inning of work. His ERA rose to 3.32.
Manager Robin Ventura said he'll wait to see what
deGrom (3-5) allowed just one walk and one single through three scoreless innings to begin the game. Though, he ran into some trouble in the fourth inning. After retiring the first two batters, Casey McGehee singled, Garrett Jones doubled and Marcell Ozuna gave the Marlins their only run on an infield single. deGrom stranded two runners, however, by striking out Ed Lucas for the final out in the fourth inning.
Following Ozuna's RBI single, deGrom allowed just a single and walk over the final 11 batters he faced. It was his second straight win. deGrom hasn't allowed more than three runs in five straight starts. He has at least eight strikeouts in his last three starts.
The Mets have not yet announced when deGrom will make his first start in the second half because they are waiting on the status of Jonathon Niese (shoulder) before finalizing their rotation plans.
Danks has allowed three or fewer runs in four straight starts. It's unclear when he'll make his first start after the All-Star break.
Shaw had put together six scoreless appearances until getting hammered Sunday.
Bauer heads into the All-Star break off two strong starts. He's scheduled to start Friday at Detroit.